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  • Arthwys
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    Looking Good!

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  • panther3485
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    Originally posted by niels wilhelm View Post
    Arthwys---Achtung Baby--great to here from both of you, and thanks for reminding me that my scratch built ship pictures only show : the ribs and keel--ready to begin planking, and fully planked [ except for the mora viking ship build thred ]. Yes-You will see this one being planked up. Thank you both.
    niels, I too would like to see your progress with this.
    I am seriously considering building a wooden model ship kit, for the first time in my life.
    Perhaps a frigate from the later part of the age of sail (late 1700's or early 1800's).
    I did contemplate a ship of the line but that might be a bit too much for my first attempt.
    Watching your work could give me some good ideas.

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  • niels wilhelm
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    Another part finished.

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  • niels wilhelm
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    one part finished--shown for scale.

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  • niels wilhelm
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    deck beams dun--ribs next.

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  • niels wilhelm
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    Arthwys---Achtung Baby--great to here from both of you, and thanks for reminding me that my scratch built ship pictures only show : the ribs and keel--ready to begin planking, and fully planked [ except for the mora viking ship build thred ]. Yes-You will see this one being planked up. Thank you both.

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  • Achtung Baby
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    Thank you Niels, I will watch with great anticipation so see how a scratch built is done.

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  • Arthwys
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    That's awesome Niels! I hope you share the entire build process with us, as I am eager to learn!

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